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Live4xrp last won the day on April 9 2017

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  1. CD Mentions XRP: https://www.coindesk.com/ripple-could-invest-up-to-50-million-in-moneygram-in-xrp-boosting-deal?utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=coindesk&utm_term=&utm_content=&utm_campaign=Organic
  2. No...Sagar (head of regulatory relations of APAC and the Middle East at Ripple, discusses the regulatory landscape for blockchain technology.) represented Ripple at FATF fintech forum; very well positioned....Also did interview CNBC https://www.cnbc.com/video/2018/09/17/ripples-sarbhai-regulators-starting-to-see-benefits-of-cryptocurrencies.html
  3. To create a sense of urgency at GH, you can address these cases in twitter thread as well....
  4. Thanks @kanaas for this post; don't know why, but this was the eye opener I needed...Having my funds on GH (or Rippletrade) for over 5 yrs, I finally moved all my funds...No need to check daily anymore to verify if all funds are still there...Namaste
  5. Brad Garlinghouse's opinion: Indeed, Garlinghouse, whose company has been courting financial institutions to use its distributed ledger technology (DLT) for payments – including products that utilize the cryptocurrency XRP – promptly cast doubt on the prospects for the recently announced JPM Coin. At another conference last week, Garlinghouse recalled, “This guy from Morgan Stanley was interviewing me, I said ‘So, is Morgan Stanley going to use the JPM Coin?’ And he said ‘probably not.’ So, well is Citi going to use the JPM Coin? Is BBVA? Is PNC? And the answer is no.” https://www.coindesk.com/ripple-ceo-brad-garlinghouse-on-jpm-coin-other-banks-wont-use-it https://ripple.com/insights/interoperability-is-the-key-to-unlocking-the-network-of-networks/ “A lot of banks we’re working with are increasingly becoming aware of that and we’re seeing an acceleration in bank engagement with Ripple,” says Treacher. “Most banks are focused a lot now on the SME space and think it is a really valuable place to play. “Even the biggest banks within the retail part of the commercial banking division, they’ve been focused on providing services to customers. The SWIFT model is badly suited to those services – costly, slow and cumbersome,” he says. If Ripple’s traction with banks is hindered by gpi, another option to extend operations into emerging markets would be to integrate into the existing established fintech giants, with “Ripple technology embedded into other providers” according to Treacher. https://www.paymenteye.com/2019/05/30/ripple-courting-banks-paytech-and-big-fintech-to-beat-swift-to-emerging-markets/
  6. @AdmiralVint , sorry to hear...Wish you (and all significant others) all the strength you need!...Was wondering!
  7. Hmmm.... Not totally true...Last couple of days lots of movement from escrow to diff wallets... https://twitter.com/whale_alert/with_replies https://bithomp.com/explorer/r9wz7EgGgMpvYqUHxVnaLhwsxohiQBcJkp Not able to find the 9 billion yet ;-)....
  8. https://dailyhodl.com/2019/05/30/confirmed-ripple-backed-crypto-startup-building-xrp-based-banking-app/ “Xign will deliver a user experience we know as online banking. Not just crypto. So, what it will allow you to do is check your balance and send your funds in any currency, because the XRP Ledger can handle any given currency issued on the ledger… We’re not building a crypto wallet. We’re building a banking app. Except, without a bank. We’re building a banking app based on a digital ledger, based on the XRP Ledger and based on ILP (Interledger Protocol).”
  9. Is this helping you? https://github.com/ripple/rippled
  10. Something else to consider by @GiantGox... Translated: Does ripple introduce 🤔 illegal securities in the top talks on the International monetary system sponsored by the Switzerland Central Bank?
  11. https://www.acc.com/sites/default/files/resources/vl/membersonly/Article/1489775_1.pdf Page 357: "Definition of Virtual Currency The term “Virtual Currency” is defi ned in the Payment Services Act as: (i) proprietary value that may be used to pay an unspecifi ed person the price of any goods purchased or borrowed or any services provided and which may be sold to or purchased from an unspecifi ed person (limited to that recorded on electronic devices or other objects by electronic means and excluding Japanese and other foreign currencies and Currency Denominated Assets; the same applies in the following item) and that may be transferred using an electronic data processing system; or (ii) proprietary value that may be exchanged reciprocally for proprietary value specifi ed in the preceding item with an unspecifi ed person and that may be transferred using an electronic data processing system. Though the defi nition is complicated, in short, a cryptocurrency which is usable as a payment method to an unspecifi ed person and not denominated in fi at currencies falls under Virtual Currency. For example, Bitcoin, Litecoin, Dogecoin, Ether and XRP fall under Virtual Currencies. Credits to @BANKXRP
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